Showing posts from 2018

It wasn’t me, it was FTD

Is Netflix’s Black Mirror Becoming a Reality?

Neuroethics Playlists

The Ethics of Dream Recording

Mind Travel

How Artificial Intelligence Reshapes Classroom: Recap of October’s The Future Now: NEEDs

Duty to warn about mental status: legal requirements, patient rights, and future ethical challenges

Me, Myself, and my Social Constructs

Neuralink: Concerns of Brain-Machine Interfaces

Medicine & Neuroethics: Perspectives from the Intersection

Phenomenology of the Locked-in Syndrome: Time to Move Forward

Normalization of Enhancement: Recap of September’s The Future Now: NEEDs

What can neuroscience tell us about ethics?

Ethical Considerations for Emergent Neuroprosthetic Technology

An injection of RNA may transfer memories?

How to be Opportunistic, Not Manipulative

Caveats in Quantifying Consciousness

Artificial Emotional Intelligence

NeuroTechX and Future Considerations for Neurotechnology

Ethical Implications of the Neurotechnology Touchpoints

The future of an AI artist

Organoids, Chimeras, Ex Vivo Brains – Oh My!

Smart AI

Worrisome Implications of Lack of Diversity in Silicon Valley

The Stem Cell Debate: Is it Over?

Is the concept of “will” useful in explaining addictive behaviour?

The Missing Subject in Schizophrenia

Exploring the Risks of Digital Health Research: Towards a Pragmatic Framework

The interplay between social and scientific accounts of intergroup difference

Solitary Confinement: Isolating the Neuroethical Dilemma

Neuroethics: the importance of a conceptual approach

Facial recognition, values, and the human brain

Disrupting diagnosis: speech patterns, AI, and ethical issues of digital phenotyping

Ethical Concerns Surrounding Psychiatric Treatments: Do Academics Agree with the Public?

Participatory Neuroscience: Something to Strive For?

Ethical Implications of fMRI In Utero

Should you trust mental health apps?